Hotel Le Sorgenti

Address: Via Acque 6, Bolzano Vicentino, Province of Vicenza, Veneto, 36050, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Acque 6, Bolzano Vicentino, is near Teatro Olimpico, Chiesa di S.Maria in Foro (o dei Servi), Araceli, and Astra.
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    Travel Blogs from Bolzano Vicentino

    22 August to 26 August

    A travel blog entry by oscar1 on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    Friday 22 August Left Venice for Calazo via train with 2 changes on the way. It was nice to sit back and enjoy the countryside and villages along the way. We arrived at Hotel Ferrovia a day before the gAdventures scheduled meeting 5:30 the next day. This gave us time to check out the Supermarket and local shops. Saturday 23 August With all day to fill in until 5:30 we hired bikes, caught the Bike Bus from Calalzo to Cimabanche and rode 52 Kms in pouring rain back ...

    Ben's summary from Venice

    A travel blog entry by ayayayaya on Sep 17, 2013

    Okay so I've been extremely slack with the whole blog thing, but I know Steve is keeping things up to date, so I'm going to summarise. Rome was amazing, but we were warned about pickpocketers so we were really on edge the whole time we were there. We went on a tour of the colosseum, had a wander around the roman forums, and visited an Italian war museum, a monk crypt, plus had a number of delicious meals at the street cafes. My inner geek loved it for the ...


    A travel blog entry by mcnamaras on May 31, 2007

    10 photos

    ... for years, becoming political footballs and are still on-going. It is quite amazing to see the whole of Saint Marks Square flooded in the morning and then completely clear of water in the afternoon. The city is in a quite precarious situation. From Basilica San Marco we headed for the Campanile, an old bell tower/torture chamber which has, as a modern claim to fame, the best views over Venice of anywhere. You get a good perspective of the hundred or so islands ...

    New Years' in Venice

    A travel blog entry by lecklund on Jan 03, 2007

    ... luggage, it is impossible for the locals to get anyway on them, I found out from the very hospitable hotel owners. It is frustrating to try to get to and from work, do shopping etc. with tourists everywhere. Venice is so unique, no cars or busses, just water transportation and walking on the narrow streets, which because there is no motor traffic, have not been altered since Venice was built. All other cities have installed roads on these narrow ...


    A travel blog entry by danschedler on Sep 15, 2006

    15 photos

    ... a leisurely bath, I made my way to the bridge at Ponte dell'Accademia, crossed over the Grand Canal and then looped back around to where the Peggy Guggenheim Collection resides. This is an amazing assemblage of modern art; Picasso and Pollack and Miro and on and on. I spent a little under two hours poking around the paintings and sculptures before heading off. However, the rain drove me indoors before long. I spent the better part of the afternoon with CNN World as my ...